Aperture Gallery - Aperture Gallery Past Exhibitions
A group exhibition exploring Spain’s photographic history and changing creative identity over the last sixty years. Displayed together for the first time in the United States, over sixty-five works by fifteen Spanish photographers—each a recipient of the Ministry of Culture’s esteemed Spanish National Photography Prize—illuminate the evolution of Spanish photographic art, captured through the lenses of some of the nation’s most respected artists.
Aperture Foundation presents Paul Strand in Mexico, an exhibition comprised of over a hundred photographic works by Strand, including vintage prints; stills from his classic film, Redes (The Wave; 1936); and previously unseen documents and ephemera related to Strand’s time in Mexico.
Aperture Foundation and the Center for Photographic Media and Culture at Parsons The New School for Design partner to present States of Flux, a group exhibition of works by Parsons’ BFA and MFA students. The show reflects Aperture’s ongoing mission to support the work of promising young artists and marks Aperture’s second student art exhibition, following last year’s Identity Identities (i / i), by alumni of the School of Visual Art’s BFA Photography Department.
A culmination of four years photographing throughout Oregon, Washington, and Northern California, Eirik Johnson: Sawdust Mountain focuses on the tenuous relationship between industries reliant upon natural resources and the communities they support.
As part of the Aperture Foundation’s ongoing mission to support the work of emerging photographers, we present Angry Black Snake, an exhibition of the work of Australian photographer Michael Corridore, winner of the 2008 Aperture Portfolio Prize. Part of a new initiative, these prints are available for sale, with the proceeds benefiting both the artist and Aperture Foundation Emerging Artist Fund.